Community Stakeholders

Who else is paying attention?

It may be a lot more people than you think. A growing number of community organizations, schools and area businesses are getting behind Asheville on Bikes and advocating for the City, County, and State to make better decisions about the way our roads, sidewalks, and pathways are designed. Together, we form a strong network of citizens and businesses with a vested interest in the safety of our community and health of our economy. Below is a partial list of the community stakeholders who, like us, are committed to building better multi-modal infrastructure. This list represents a large group of people who are watching closely and advocating for safer roads and more multi-modal infrastructure.

Non-Profit Organizations

Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce
Asheville Design Center
Asheville City Schools Foundation
Bike Walk NC
Blue Ridge Bicycle Club
Friends of Connect Buncombe
Friends of Connect Enka
Friends of Hominy Creek
Pisgah Area SORBA
River Link
Trips for Kids WNC
Mountain True
Mountain Sports Festival

Area Businesses (Asheville on Bikes Sponsors)

Asheville Yoga Center
Beauty Parade
Catawba Brewing
Clasique Acupuncture and Pilates Studio
Collider
Home Trust Bank
Industry Nine
JAG Construction
Mellow Mushroom
Mosaic Realty
Mountain Air Roasting
Oak & Grist Distilling Co
Salvage Station
Second Gear
Shelia Christofalos, Edward Jones
Wedge Brewing

Other Community Organization Stakeholders

Active Routes to School
East West Asheville Neighborhood Association
Five Point Neighborhood Association
River Arts District Business Association
South Slope Neighborhood Association
Watch for Me NC
West Asheville Business Association

Western North Carolina Bike Dealers Association

Motion Makers
Liberty Bicycles
Asheville Bicycle Company
Youngblood Bicycles
Asheville Street and Dirt
Find Your Line
Sycamore Cycles